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Ua82 Wku Chapter Of American Association Of University Professors, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua82 Wku Chapter Of American Association Of University Professors, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by the WKU Chapter of American Association of University Professors. Includes correspondence, meeting minutes and newsletters.


Ua83 Wku Chapter Of American Association Of University Women, Wku American Association Of University Women Jan 2019

Ua83 Wku Chapter Of American Association Of University Women, Wku American Association Of University Women

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by the WKU chapter of the American Association of University Women.


Ua86 Wku Education Association, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua86 Wku Education Association, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by the WKU chapter of the Kentucky Education Association. Includes meeting minutes, correspondence and banquet programs.


Opening Faculty And Staff Convocation Speech 2013, President Gary Ransdell Aug 2013

Opening Faculty And Staff Convocation Speech 2013, President Gary Ransdell

Presidential Speeches

No abstract provided.


Ua3/9/2 Gary A. Ransdell Hall Dedication Program, Wku President's Office Apr 2011

Ua3/9/2 Gary A. Ransdell Hall Dedication Program, Wku President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Dedication program for Ransdell Hall.


Ua12/11/2 Scrapbook, Wku Dynamic Leadership Institute Jan 2010

Ua12/11/2 Scrapbook, Wku Dynamic Leadership Institute

WKU Archives Records

Scrapbook created by students involved in the Dynamic Leadership Institute and includes: Ericka Bardin, Kayla Caudle, Hailey Burke, Jamiesha Sandifo, Hannah Jones, Molly Kirks, Jeremy Matteoli, Lydia Hall, Lynlee Jackson, Sue Kafoglis, Alecia Natale, Michael Bush, Zachary, Ritchey, Cory Weikel, Megan Weedman, Hannalore Clause, Jeremy Webb, Elaine Burchett, Samantha Burnett, Katie Pay, Madeline Beath, Chris Hancock, Josh Rodriguez, Sierra Rhodes, Ashely Tutt, J.E. Greene, Kayla Tyson, Jennifer Palmer, Benjamin Kemble, Alicia Beach, Cody Hutchins, Kaitlyn Henderson, Allison Feikes, Samuel Knott, Mackenzie Farrar, Michelle Porter, Amanda Pursell, Sarah Nikolai, Darren Tinker, Katie Honadle, Scott Lanter, Allison Parks, Sabrina Heinrich, Barley ...


Comparative Instructor Attitudes Toward College Level English And Mathematics Experiences For Gifted High School Students, Bruce Vickers May 1987

Comparative Instructor Attitudes Toward College Level English And Mathematics Experiences For Gifted High School Students, Bruce Vickers

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Samples derived from a mailed questionnaire were compared. The sample represented high school, community college and university instructors of mathematics and English. The Kentucky public schools sampled were equally represented among high school, community colleges and universities. The research indicated that of those instructors sampled a very high percentage (97.7%) feel that those high school students shown to be academically gifted would benefit from a college experience before high school graduation. The attitudes of those instructors sampled indicated that multiple criteria – grades, recommendations, standardized test scores and personal interview – were considered the preferred method of selection (82.5%). The ...


The Effects Of Various Kinds Of Background Music On The I.Q. Scores Of Ninth-Grade Students, L.C. Bud Johnston Jul 1985

The Effects Of Various Kinds Of Background Music On The I.Q. Scores Of Ninth-Grade Students, L.C. Bud Johnston

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

One hundred 9th-grade students were divided into four groups of 25 each through systematic sampling procedures. Each of the groups were tested, pre and post, by the Otis-Lennon Mental Ability Test, forms J and K. During the pretest for all groups, the background condition of silence was observed. During the posttest, one group was again tested in silence. The other three groups were each tested to one of three background conditions: pop music, hard rock music, and soft rock music. Pop music played was characterized as more mellow, more melodic, and less intense than rock music. Hard rock ...


Ua12/2/41 Memo, Vol. Ii, No. 1, Wku Student National Education Association Oct 1958

Ua12/2/41 Memo, Vol. Ii, No. 1, Wku Student National Education Association

Student Organizations

Newsletter created by the WKU SNEA organization. This issue was a combined effort for SNEA and Future Teachers of America. It contains lists of officers for the two organizations, information regarding American Education Week, conferences and upcoming events.


Implications Of School Board Membership: A Handbook For School Board Members, W. B. Owen Aug 1936

Implications Of School Board Membership: A Handbook For School Board Members, W. B. Owen

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The problem – A great number of pertinent and valuable contributions on the work of boards of education have been made emphasizing more particularly those aspects of establishment and organization, that are subject, more or less, to legislative action, and are consequently beyond control of the immediate board or its members. This study is concerned primarily with those phases of school board activity and relations that may be improved by the collective or individual efforts of the members constituting any board of education. They include the following:

  1. Relations with the community.
  2. Attitudes toward school administration and control.
  3. Cooperation with the state ...


Benjamin Orr Peers: Educator, Auguston Page Aug 1934

Benjamin Orr Peers: Educator, Auguston Page

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to bring to the attention of the public the contributions of Benjamin Orr Peers and to show his influence on the development of our present public school system in Kentucky.

Material, other than secondary, has been scarce and widely scattered. The greater part of the source material was found in the Transylvania Library, Lexington, Kentucky, and in the private collection of Miss Mary O. Gray, Louisville, Kentucky. Some valuable information was obtained in each of the following places: Paris, Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort and Bowling Green.